Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Earth Hour March 27th

On Saturday, March 27, at 8:30 p.m., hundreds of millions of people around the world will turn off their lights for one hour – Earth Hour. State and local governments, schools, organizations, businesses and individuals will unite by turning out the lights on pollution and climate change. In the United States , Earth Hour will send a message that by working together we can create a cleaner, safer, and more secure future.
Twenty-three Official Earth Hour States will be participating including Missouri.  Governors’ residences and state capitol buildings will go dark as state governments make a statement to fight pollution and climate change during Earth Hour. Official Earth Hour States will show they care about our country, our planet, and our future.
Participating Landmarks
• Golden Gate Bridge – San Francisco , CA

• Empire State Building – New York , NY

• Mount Rushmore – Keystone, SD

• Space Needle – Seattle , WA

• National Cathedral – Washington , DC

• Gateway Arch – St. Louis , MO

• The Las Vegas Strip – Las Vegas , NV

• Duluth Aerial Bridge - Duluth , MN

Watch this video to experience the magnitude of Earth Hour.
You can also visit and contact EarthHourStates@ for state participation and authorization.

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